For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.
It is our sincere desire that you get connected, and one of the best ways to do that is through serving. Everyone can get involved and join our church family by volunteering in any capacity. God designed each of us for a purpose, and we went to help you find that purpose.
Below you'll find links to various ministries and other volunteering opportunites. Check them out to see if any of them might be a place for you. If not, maybe you'd like to start your own ministry.
Contact: Kiana Roat
Phone: (920) 590-1573
Street Team is a ministry serving bread and soup to the hungry on Sabbath afternoons. We also organize a sleeping bag collection when St. John's shelter closes in April and people need to find places to sleep outside.
1st and 3rd Saturdays of the month from 2:30 p.m. until 5:00 p.m.
We meet at the Fellowship Hall of church and then go to the Brown County Library.
Because many people in Green Bay have to stay outside all day and eat whatever they can get. This ministry provides them with at least one warm meal that day. We also give them warm clothes and toiletries when available. And because Jesus said, “Unto the least of these...”
Socks Gloves/Mittens Hats Underwear Long underwear Coats Toiletries Donations Hot Soup (a big 6-quart crockpot full — call Kiana ahead of time to let her know) Your smiling face. Prayer that the people we meet will be blessed.
Contact: Chuck Castleberg
Phone: (920) 360-6451
Pathfinders is a Christ-centered scouting type program for both boys and girls grades 5-10. It encourages mental, physical, and spiritual growth. We have fun together while learning about God's word, as well as life skills. We work on interesting honors, go camping, and practice fun activities, while building friends for this life and eternity.
You can learn more about us on our Facebook page.
Contact: Ramon Hilario
Phone: (920) 791-7252
Adventurers is a Christ-centered scouting type program for both boys and girls grades 1-4. It encourages mental, physical, and spiritual growth. We have fun learning abaout God and working on fun activities and crafts. We are a family-based club, and parents are an active part of the learning process.
You can learn more about us on our Facebook page.
Contact: Jairus & Peggy Campbell
Phone: (920) 295-8272 — Jairus
Phone: (920) 366-5076 — Peggy
Every fourth Sunday of the month from January through October we prepare and serve a meal to the people in need at the N.E.W. Community Shelter. Food prep runs from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., and we serve the meal from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Our ministry is funded through donations from church members. Please prayerfully consider a donation, place it in your tithe envelope, and mark it “Mission Meal.”
Contact: Laurie Burrows, Secretary
Phone: (920) 494-2741
The Adventist Junior Academy (AJA) has been serving the Green Bay community and educating students since 1943 and has been at its current location since 1958. As part of the Adventist educational school system, our school is part of the second largest denominational school system in the world.
AJA is a Christian school environment that is focused on upholding Christian ethics and is centered on the belief that the knowledge of God is the beginning of wisdom. We teach that a relationship with God is the basis for our fellowship with one another, that the Bible is the infallible Word of God, and that each student is created by God and is blessed with talents and gifts that are uniquely their own.
Contact: Jim and Stephena Ward
Phone: (920) 494-3530
Phone: (920) 494-5245 (church office)
At our Community Service Center we volunteer to display and disperse donated items that they be free and accessible to those who need them. We also offer “emergency food” at Thanksgiving and Christmas, and we complement Spirit of Giving with food boxes. We adhere to God's admonitions of Matthew 25:35-40 and James 2:15-17. Donations can be left in a large drop-off container by the Community Services entrance.
We are located next to the Fellowship Hall across from the church, and we are open Wednesdays from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Contact: Nancy Peotter
The purpose of the Prayer Chain is to ask for prayer by the group members on behalf of family, self, friends, and situations that need to be offered to the Lord. All prayer requests are sent via
If you do not have a computer, ask someone you know to send the
(Currently looking for a leader)
“That our daughters may be as pillars, adorning and giving strength and support to the corner of my palace.”
Women getting together with women that we might...
Contact: Pastor Zach Payne
Cell Phone: (317) 437-3246
There are various activities that our church provides for the youth. There is a weekly Sabbath School class prior to church every Sabbath focusing on the needs of our youth. During the course of each month we usually have special Friday and Saturday night programs for the youth. The Friday night programs are spiritually-based activities where the youth can share with each other in an open Christian environment.
Some examples of our Saturday night youth activities are things such as mini golf, table games, pizza parties, etc. Periodically through the year we hold special events such as youth rallies that allow youth from all over the state to join us in fun, fellowship, and the worship of God.
Youth events are advertised on the church calendar, so check back for our upcoming events. If you're the parent of youth, please send your kids. If you are a youth, we would love to have you attend our Sabbath School, Friday night programs, or our youth parties. We look forward to seeing you.
Contacts: Dr. Bradley Jones & Rita Johnson
Brad's Phone: (323) 369-3499 (cell)
Rita's Phone: (920) 499-3023
Check out our healthful recipes.
The Health Ministry's goal is to follow Christ's holistic ministry on Earth by attending to the whole person—physically, emotionally, and spiritually. This is accomplished in part by education and encouragement in promoting:
Our desire is for our congregation and community to experience a healthful and abundant life and to share these divine principles of health with others in order that all may partake of the bountiful life God has intended.
Contact: Dr. Earl Peters
Phone: (920) 338-0625
Contact: Dianne Hernandez
Phone: (920) 497-2091
Contact: Kathy Peotter
Phone: (920) 530-8220
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